His fans run on a loyalty that is hard to come by outside of the UFC. They take note of everything that is said for the better or for the worse of his opponents. If you attack it, you can also turn off your notifications. Charrière doesn’t react because he never has to. He has already experienced it.
“They don’t forget about Twitter,” Charriere said with a laugh. “I think my fight with Dean Trueman was bad blood. It was my last fight before becoming featherweight champion and there was a bit of bad blood but I don’t like trash talking with people so he was the one talking trash on Twitter to my followers; they will attack for me.
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Vucenic’s DMs have been plundered by the hearts of “The Last Pirate” before and while Charriere isn’t afraid to engage verbally, that’s not his style. For those who doubt his credibility and skills, he has a very simple message.
“They can say whatever they want because when we get into the cage they’ll know I’m not a YouTuber,” Charriere said. “I’m the Cage Warriors featherweight champion right now. I think I can prove that I’m not just a YouTuber. If they want to look at me like that, they can, but when they lose to me, they won’t have any excuse.
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